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Stang

A Swedish unit of length approximately equivalent to 4.75 meters. It is used in land measurement.
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Dorothy Stang Scholarship, is now studying science, sociology and theology.
Prior to coming to CBRE, Stang served in a strategic planning capacity on projects throughout the US and abroad.
Stang is only the fourth Utah scientist to win this medal or a related award.
Stang was part of a tradition with deep roots in Latin America, a tradition that has often resulted in intimidation and death for those willing to confront injustice.
Stang had worked in the region for 30 years defending small farmers who were being forced off their land by large property owners.
Stang was also a member of the comedic cast of It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World in 1963.
For more than 30 years, Stang organized to safeguard the Amazon rainforest and to defend the rights of the poor settlers whose lands are often seized by wealthy ranchers.
In "Phillies Photos: 100 Years Of Philadelphia Phillies Images", baseball enthusiast Mark Stang has compiled more than 245 black and white photographs of players and managers representing the 100 years of the team's existence from the days of Chuck Klein and Robin Roberts to the careers of Mike Schmidt and Ryan Howard.
With: David Stang, Sister Becky Spires, Felicio Pontes, Claudia Cavalcante, Rayfron Das Neves Sales, Clodoaldo Carlos Batista, Amair Feijoli Da Cunha, Vitalmiro Bastos De Moura, Americo Leal, Dorothy Stang.
com, David Stang has assembled close to 3 million pages of information (one species per page) based on more than 37 million field observations that include latitude and longitude.